Posts Tagged ‘anthony quinn’

Cinema Blind Spots: The Ghost Breakers (1940)

Bob Hope would have turned 112 years old last Friday, and in celebration of this comedy icon, Austin watches "The Ghost Breakers" and discusses Hope's contribution to comedy.

Lion of the Desert (1981)

An engaging if uneven biopic about an early Libyan freedom fighter, virtually unknown in the West due to its financier, Muammar Gaddafi.

Lawrence of Arabia: 50th Anniversary Edition

“Lawrence of Arabia” was destined to become one of the most iconic films ever made. A new 50th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray does it justice.

The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)

A morality play on the dusty prairie, "The Ox-Bow Incident" is a lean and often enthralling Western drama.

Warlock (1959)

A forgotten minor masterpiece, "Warlock" doesn't fit into any neat conceptions of the Western genre.

Back to Bataan (1945)

Stodgy and creaky, "Back to Bataan" is an example of low-end, mean-spirited WWII propaganda film.

Lust for Life

Hollywood loves the notion that all artists must suffer to achieve greatness, and "Lust for Life" is full-bore leap into Vincent Van Gogh's misery.